Another new Wordle word is ready for fans of the game to solve. Here are the daily hints, and fully spoiled answer, to today’s Wordle.
Another Saturday brings a brand new Wordle to solve, and today’s answer could throw a few players off their game. With so many ways the game can be difficult, today’s Wordle simply threw us for a loop without any of its normal tricks.
For those that prefer more of a challenge, attempting some of the Wordle copycats could be right up their alley. Quordle challenges players to solve four Wordle puzzles at the same time by using shared clues. On the opposite end, Spellie is designed with three different difficulties to help kids enjoy the game along with their parents.
Today’s Wordle Hints (February 11th #602)
For those that just need a little push in the right direction, we’ve got a few hints to help out before fully spoiling today’s Wordle answer.
There are no repeated vowels in today’s answer.
This Wordle word is used to explain when programmers try to remove errors in their software.
Jason Momoa plays a hacker in this 2014 sci-fi movie where a vengeful computer AI tries to take over.
Today’s Wordle Answer (February 11th #602)
The February 11th Wordle answer is DEBUG.
For our starting Wordle word we used IRATE which was not very helpful today and only provided a single vowel in the incorrect position ‘E’. Using the one vowel we had we tried SHELF for our second guess, this also proved fruitless and only added to the incorrect letters. We tested if perhaps the vowels were repeated and tried the word NEEDY for our third guess, this was wrong, but did provide the correct spot for the ‘E’ and added a new letter to the mix.
For our fourth guess we tried VEXED, which looking back was a mistake since we already knew there was only one ‘E’. Our fifth guess was DECOR, this locked in the ‘D’ but provided no other hints. After a long, long look it finally clicked and we barely scored a Wordle win-in-six with DEBUG.
More Wordle: Wordle Enters The Physical World Through Official Hasbro Game
- iOS, Android, Microsoft Windows
- Josh Wardle
- Josh Wardle, The New York Times Company
- Wordle is a web-based word-guessing game developed by Josh Wardle that took the world by storm in 2021. Players are given a five-letter word to guess and have six attempts to get the word correct. When they get a letter correct, it will mark itself as green if it’s in the correct position and yellow if it is the correct letter in the wrong position. A yellow letter also means that letter could appear more than once. Wordle was purchased by The New York Times Company in 2022 and added to their website and app, keeping the core game free to play as promised – with additional words and other bonuses available through subscription, and is available via browser, iOS, and Android.